Time: April 27, 2018 from 9:30am to 11:30am
Location: Create Yattendon, Frilsham Home farm Buildings
Street: Chapel Lane
Website or Map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps…
Phone: 01491 818569
Event Type: networking, free, newbury, thatcham, theale, reading, pangbourne, goring, streatley
Organised By: David Perry
Latest Activity: Apr 9, 2018
Running your own business can be a tough challenge at times.
The Create Business Networking Group brings business owners together on the last Friday of each month to focus on a particular subject as well providing an opportunity to raise specific issues and ask other group members for advice and help.
If you run any kind of business in West Berkshire, you're very welcome to attend.
Our theme for April is:
Strategies for using Facebook and LinkedIn to promote your business. Are you thinking about using them? Do you already use them? Do you use paid promotions? What's your experience been?
We aim to have an informal style but with just enough of a structure to ensure that you know what you're going to get out of attending. The emphasis is on sharing advice and experience, building a community that will lead to co-operation and collaboration amongst members of the group.
Agenda - 09:30-11:30
Welcome and introductions
Discussion on this month's theme
Open forum - problem solving and advice
Subject for next month
To book your place, please register free of charge on Eventbrite
We meet at Create Yattendon, the business and creative centre located on the Yattendon Estate, near the West Berkshire Brewery. Create supports small businesses with co-working desks in a shared office space as well as offering meeting and training rooms, seminar and events space and a video and photography studio facility.
Create is in a beautiful rural location, but is just 12 minutes from the M4/A34, 20 minutes from Newbury and 30 minutes from Reading.
If you have a particular issue that you would like to raise or you'd like to suggest a subject for future meetings, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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